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Impact Ratings & Citation Reports
Finding Tests & Measurements
Mental Measurements Yearbook
Descriptive information and critical reviews of commercially-available educational, personality, aptitude, neuropsychological, achievement, and intelligence tests.
Tests in Print
Provides test purpose, in-print status, price, intended test population, and guides readers to test reviews in Mental Measurements Yearbook series.
Citation management software can help you manage your research and easily organize and format your citations in a wide variety of citation styles. Check out the links below for more information about these useful programs.
Citation Management Basics
This guide provides an overview of citation management software options, including basic functions and the differences between the various options available, including EndNote, EndNote Web, and Zotero. Also provided is contact information for Purdue librarians available to provide citation management support for Purdue faculty, students, and staff.
EndNote at Purdue
This guide provides detailed how-to and FAQ for EndNote citation management software, the desktop version.
EndNote Web is an online citation management program that is freely available for all Purdue users. This guide highlights how-to, key functions, and FAQ, as well as differences between the desktop and online versions of this product.
Zotero is a free and open, web-based citation management program. This guide provides info on getting started and carrying out key functions, for students and instructors. It also includes video tutorials.
Setting Up Alerts & Feeds
Many of the Libraries databases enable you to create alerts or feeds, so that you can be notified when new research is published. You can set up an alert based on your search criteria (keywords, author name, etc.), or based on when a new issue of a specific journal is published. Alerts can generally be set to arrive as RSS feeds or emails.
You can also set up Google Alerts to monitor information on the web, including Google Scholar.